Here’s another post for our UK brides. Today we’re sharing a selection of bridal jewelry from Jon Richard! Of course, you already have the ring — now all you need are the earrings, necklace and tiara! From their website:
Since its launch in 1985, Jon Richard has become a wide brand portfolio retailer catering for every woman’s Jewellery and Accessory needs. We seek inspiration from every corner of the world, sourcing trends and styles from the likes of New York, Paris, Milan and the Far East.
Malcolm Stark, Founder and Chief Executive, realised the companies potential after discovering a niche in the market for design-led, competitively priced jewellery and accessories. This led to Malcolm teaming up with Managing Director Sarah Frew, in 1990 who had a strong design background obtained from previous roles at Ralph Lauren and Liberty of London. The brand now boasts concessions in over 110 Debenhams stores and a range of other department stores such as, Allders, Elys, James Selby and Voisins.
See some of our favorite Jon Richard’s beautiful jewelry after the cut:
These hair slides are an easy way to jazz up any hairstyle, from a formal updo to long casual waves. Love how they work for both!
Art Deco themed weddings are all the rage this year. If you’re planning a 1920’s inspired event, these earrings might be just what you’re looking for, and at only £10.00, they’re a steal.
I have to admit, the tiara is my favorite, and is available for only £80.00 with free UK delivery. It would certainly make any bride feel like a princess about to live happily ever after!
Jon Richard is partnered with Debenhams and is available through these stockists. Free standard delivery to any UK mainland address for purchases of £40 or over is available for online orders; additional delivery information is available here. Jon Richard often run competitions on their site so keep checking back!
What’s your favorite piece? Let us know in the comments!
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